1-Tax Exemption- one of the best perks that every Startup enjoys is an exemption from tax. The startups dont have to mandatorily
file three out of seven initial tax years.
2-Earnest money deposit- all the startups can take exemption from the security deposits on government tenders.
3-Income tax exemption- All the Startups get income tax exemption for three consecutive years.
4-Availability of funds- You can get financial aid from the governments to boost the business
5-Fees reduction- The startups get 50% off on trademark filing and patent filing.
6-Saves time and cost- All these exemptions help startups to save time and cost.
Eligibility criteria for startup recognition
1- The fundamental requirement to be recognized as a startup is the entity must not be older than ten years from the date of
2- All the Startup should be enrolled as a Private limited company, LLP, or a partnership firm.
3- The Startup must not have gained a turnover of more than INR 100 crore from the date of incorporation.
4- Entities must not be reconstructed by splitting/ merging.
5- The entity must work to innovate a product/service. And it should solve all the problems in the existing products.
6- Startups must help in boosting the economy of India.
7- There must be a website of the applicant entity.
If the applicant entity qualifies all the above criteria the DPIIT will issue a hard copy. This is a certificate that states the recognition as a startup. The entities will also receive their login credentials to log into the startup India portal.
Annexure required for startup recognition
1- Certificate of incorporation for Pvt. Ltd. Companies
2- LLP certificate for LLPs
3- Partnership deeds of partnership firms
4- PAN card of the applicant entity
5- URL link of the business website of the applicant entity
6- Link for mobile app, if any.
7- MSME enrolment number, if any
8- Trademark, IPR, or patent filing number and logo
9- Registered email ID, and contact details of the entity
10- A complete profile of the directors along with their phone number and email ID
11- Detailed answers toevery question like how the Startup will solve the problem and provide uniqueness
Innovation in the product and services is the crucial requirement to get startup recognition in India. So, all the businesses that want to get startup recognition must renovate the existing product/technology.
Steps involved in acquiring startup recognition under DPIIT
1 Formation of the business as a Pvt. Ltd. Company/LLP/partnership firm
2- A complete website that shows the products and services of the entity
3- Need to apply by filling the online form
4- Will have to provide all the necessary documents.
5- Need to answer all the questions in a brief manner
The DPIIT issues startup recognition after verifying all the details filled by the applicant company. If in cases, any application is not accurate or is incomplete then the department will mark it incomplete. In such cases you have to provide all the necessary details required. But you have only three chances to edit your application. If you do not file your editing within a certain time, your application would be rejected by the department.
In cases if your application is rejected you can only file a new application after three months.
In conclusion, startup registration has become one of the essential registrations for all the early startups. To enjoy all the benefits of the startup scheme, you have to file all the details carefully. If you want to get easy startup recognition, choose Chakdebiz as your compliant partner. The team of skilled professionals at Chakdebiz will always help you guide with all the compliances.
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